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Extreme case of ‘solar glare’ may have triggered multi-car pileup on Northeastern Boulevard

By Jeffrey Hastings - Contributor | Dec 5, 2021
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Police officers look around the area of one of the vehicles involved in Saturday morning's crash on Northeastern Boulevard. Solar glare is believed to have played a role in the crash. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Firefighters and AMR ambulance personnel wheel one of the people injured in Saturday morning's crash on Northeastern Boulevard to an awaiting ambulance. Several people were hurt in the multi-vehicle crash. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)
Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS Early-morning solar glare, as depicted in this photo of the scene of Saturday morning's crash on Northeastern Boulevard, is believed to have played a role in the two back-to-back crashes, one of which involved two people who stopped to help victims of the first crash. (Photo by JEFFREY HASTINGS)

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